Tree Diaper, 24", Square
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Irrigation and protection in one package!Do you plant trees every year? Has your investment in trees been lost due to drought or extreme temperatures? Do you have difficulties in watering your trees on a regular basis? Take advantage of natural precipitation (rain and snow) by using a TreeDiapertreemat to reduce your dependence on manual watering. This product does it all!
- Automatic recharging rain/irrigation water (Almost maintenance free!!)
- Slow-releasing irrigation
- Weed control
- Root protection
- Soil erosion protection
The super slow release - in terms of weeks for TreeDiapercompared to hours for watering bags - and large watering area provides enough water for the trees and shrubs to survive, and more importantly, encourages the newly planted trees and shrubs to grow roots into surrounding environment to seek water to thrive. Therefore, TreeDiaperis a plant protection system that promotes healthy growth and better integration. See the LINKS tab under this product at www.amleo.com for testimonials, pictures, and instructions.
This TreeDiaper24S treemat is great for your shrubs and little trees (Max. 1.5 inch caliper). It can be placed on the top of various types of soil &/o the addition of mulches. It consists of one center-hole design that allows easy installation/handling and stabilization. The TreeDiapertreemat is made from durable materials and good for lasting of plant establishment and after.
- Dimensions: 24-inch diameter, 1 piece
- Materials: Plastic fabrics and super absorbent polymer
- Shape: Round
- Product Weight: .5 pounds
- Color/finish: Top - black / Bottom - light grey
- Fits Container Size: #3, #5, #7, #10
- Fits Rootball Diameter: 11-15.8”
- Features: Two half rings with ears
- Water Storage (approx. MAX): 7 gallons
- Keeps ground cooler in the summer, warmer in the winter
Additional Product Information
- Question: How do you take care of TreeDiaper® tree and garden mats in the winter?
Answer: Just leave them where they are on the root zone to collect any precipitation, keep the roots warm and protected. Freezing will not damage the mats.
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